From Sunday's paper
Ohio has poured $2.3 billion into a technology initiative and claims to have created thousands of jobs. Updated Oct. 5, 2011
The series "New ideas, no money" explores the declining investment in new technology companies in Minnesota and its implications for the state's economy.
Evan Johnston, Dymedix
A Shoreview company finds the potential for its apnea device more promising than financing hopes.
Scott Hughes, chief opeating officer of Visiam.
Few Minnesota companies have gone public in recent years, and still fewer have flourished afterward.
Venture capital investors put $57 million into companies in the first quarter.
Adisack Nhouyvanisvong and Corey Thompson of Naiku